Music Is My King Size Bed is a music blog, founded in 2007 by pop music lover, Jamie Sward. Mainly UK pop and dance music focused, Music Is My King Size Bed spans the entire musical spectrum; everything from indie rock and country to electronic, house music and R&B. Enjoy artist interviews, CD reviews, music videos and all the latest in music news.
Sunday, February 6, 2011
Adam Lambert Releasing 'Aftermath' as a 'Pop Dance Anthem,' Proceeds go to Charity
Adam Lambert announced on Twitter last week that he'd be releasing a new and improved version of the song, "Aftermath," which appears on his debut album, For Your Entertainment. The power-ballad was produced by Howard Benson (Hoobastank, Daughtry) and written by Lambert, Alisan Porter, Ferras and Ely Rise. According to Lambert:
@adamlambert: Exciting news: Releasing a revamped version of AFTERMATH. Proceeds to benefit The Trevor Project. Wait till you hear it- it's now a hot pop dance anthem. No set release date...Putting finishing touches on the track. Stay tuned...
I like the sounds of this! A "hot pop dance anthem?" Yes please! I also like that Lambert is donating the proceeds to The Trevor Project, a national organization focused on crisis and suicide prevention efforts among lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning (LGBTQ) youth. As an openly gay artist it's important for Lambert to take stands like this. Glad to see he's doing his part. Looking forward to hearing what this new version of "Aftermath" sounds like. In the meantime, check out this live, acoustic version (BELOW) taken from Acoustic Live!, released this past December. Get your copy on iTunes HERE.
Hi! My name is Jamie. Originally from the Northern Chicago suburbs, I now reside in New York City. During the day I work for a online marketing/advertising startup in Manhattan. At night and on the weekends, I blog over at Music Is My King Size Bed.